Flowers Calendula
Calendula
Calendula
Grow Calendula for use in healing salves, as edible flowers, and for sunny color in cutting and herb gardens. A frost-tolerant annual, Calendula creates a long-lasting garden display. Make 2-3 successive sowings 2-3 weeks apart for continuous blooms from summer until heavy frost. Calendula blossoms are also rich in carotenoid and can be used as dye. Its flowers are used in traditional medicine for antiseptic tinctures and healing skin ointments. We offer Calendula varieties that show outstanding cut-flower performance, as well as a high-resin variety for medicinal use.
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Clear, bright orange blooms reminiscent of gerberas.
Clear, bright orange blooms reminiscent of gerberas.
50 - 55 Days
Rich color and good stem quality.
Rich color and good stem quality.
50 - 55 Days
Scabiosa-type flowers bred for cut-flower production.
Bred for cut-flower production.
50 - 55 Days
Spectacular mix of colors with bicolor petals.
Spectacular mix of colors with bicolor petals.
50 - 55 Days
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